Do you have a great Teen Read Week program idea?’ ‘  Team Teen Read Week is offering up’ ten mini-grants to needy libraries’ that can be used for programming, teen resources and teen services.’ Each recipient of the grant will recieve $450 cash as well as $50 in’  Teen Read Week products! Applying is simple- YALSA members just need to fill out ‘ an application and send it to’ ‘ by June 1st, 2010. Recipients will be notified in August 2010.

The mini-grant guidelines and the application are available at ‘ If you have questions please contact!

About Carla Land

Carla is currently a member of YALSA's Teen Read Week committee and is one of two 2009 ALA Emerging Leaders sponsored by YALSA. In addition to being the Children's Services Department Head of the Summerlin Library in Las Vegas, NV, Carla is also the Senior Editor of Anime For Libraries, an anime review website staffed by librarians who love anime.

One Thought on “Get Some Help with Teen Read Week!

  1. I think reading physically, as well as metaphorically, puts us in a different part of our mind from doing almost anything else. And it’s a part of the mind where teens need to be.

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